For starters we got baked nectarines covered with almond brown sugar. YUMMY! Not worth the price though at $3.50 because you get maybe 4 slices. Great idea though--try it at home! It tasted like a peach cobbler except it was a nectarine and it had no dough/crust. But yes, it still tasted like peach cobbler--A South Beach Dieter's dream! For my lunch I got a great sandwich on some really tasty bread (panini maybe) with turkey, brie, granny smith apples, sprouts, yellow and red tomatoes, greens and a horseradish sauce. This was such an enjoyable sandwich, with a simple green salad on the side and a pot of homemade salsa. It was a little hefty for a lunchtime sandwich at $8.95, but definitely recommended.
The hours are slightly funky though because they open around 7 and close around 3 (call them to be sure). I went another time on the weekend around 2pm and it was a miserably long wait so I left. Because this place is so small, you should really try and go at a random time in order to guarantee seating immediately.